Back and shoulder support add comfort to this safety harness. Easy to adjust to fit around bulky clothing. Favored by many linemen for its multiple attachment points and all-day comfort.
Tool belt may be too small for some users (though larger sizes can be ordered). Harness can pinch at the hips and tug at the shoulders when in a swing rig. Cam locks can turn to unlocked position when wearing.
Lightweight but strong strap system that does not tangle. Fits average-sized users very well and straps adjust quickly. Attaches easily and securely to safety rope.
Newer users may be frustrated by lack of instructions on how to wear this harness. Smaller-framed users may find it too large to adjust comfortably. Leg straps are somewhat narrow.
Very heavy-duty straps that don’t restrict motion too much. Accessories can be attached to waist strap.
Leg straps aren’t easy to adjust. Big and tall users aren’t always comfortable in this harness, particularly at the waist, despite its size.
Easy to put on and adjust, with comfortable padding at the shoulders and hips. A tool belt can be fastened around the waist pad.
Padding can be hot and uncomfortable. Harness can slide out of position when not under load.
Sturdy straps that will protect users in slip-and-fall situations. Back and hip D-rings allow for multiple tie-off options for added safety.
Inexperienced users will need extra time to figure out how to put this on and adjust the straps correctly. Stiff and uncomfortable to work in for long periods.
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